Vamos has the meaning Let's go (to a destination) while Vámonos is more Let's leave (this place). Ir is the only verb used in the indicative mood to form an affirmative nosotros command. ¡Vámonos!
Both of these words are used to mean let's go and they are both nosotros command forms of the verb ir. The difference is that vámonos is the command form with a pronoun attached.
Vámonos is referring more to "leave a place", e.g. "Vámonos de aquí. No me gusta este pub.", while the shorter version "vamos" will generally imply "let´s go [somewhere]": "Vamos a la playa" (Let's go to the beach).
come on let's goTranslation of "vamos" in English. Adverb. Verb. come on. let's go.
Vamos meaning in spanish is “let's go” and “come on!”.
Vamos, vamos, vamos, vamos, vamos. Come on, let's go, let's go, let's go, let's go.
English translation: Let's go, let's go Argentina, In the lunfardo argot, quilombo means brothel, the word is used by Argentines (when profanity is tolerated) to mean "bedlam" or "mess".
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